Spring Shoes for Less

in , , by Katie Margaret, March 13, 2018

I am such a shoe fan.  Every time I put together a list for a new season, the number one thing I always want is shoes.  My husband, who owns only 5 pairs of shoes, cannot understand my need for new shoes.  I feel like shoes are the most important part of an outfit. 

This spring, I have my eye on lots of different shoe styles.  I love getting inspired by other blogger's outfits on Instagram and Pinterest, but I always find their shoes are often out of my price range.  That's why I always set off to find a dupe. In my opinion, the best place to find designer look-a-likes is good old Target.  I always find stylish shoes that are designer knock off's for a fraction of the price of the real thing. Besides the price,  

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Today, I want to help give you a guide for your spring shoe shopping. 

I love Peep toes, especially with a bootie.  I've been eyeing these Vince Camuto Karinta block heel booties (HERE), but with my price range being between $30-$50 per item, even with their best sale, these booties have been out of my reach.  Good thing I found an almost exact pair at Target (HERE) for only $34.99!!

While we're talking about booties, I should mention that I also love these Vince Camuto Phandra Booties (HERE), but again I found them out of my price range.  Target has a similar pair with the same laser cuts for $33.99 (HERE).

Last summer, all I saw were espadrille wedge sandals everywhere.  I wanted a pair so bad, but I was having a hard time finding one in my price range.  The splurge pair I was looking at was the Marc Fisher LTD Adalyn Espadrille Wedges (HERE).  This year Target has an almost identical pair for only $34.99 (HERE). 

I haven't decided how I feel about mules yet, but I couldn't ignore this dupe. These Gucci Princetown Loafer Mules (HERE) are a beautiful pair of shoes, but not everyone can afford the $680 price tag.  Target has a pretty good dupe for only $22.99 (HERE).  I don't know about you, but I think that's the perfect price tag for a trendy shoe like this.

These Marc Fisher Annie Perforated Wedges (HERE) are another pair of espadrille sandals that I've been loving. They are beautiful, but they are also $150.  Target has a similar style for $32.99 (HERE). 
I keep wanting these nude colored sandals every year.  This might be the year I buy them.  I love this classic pair from Nine West (HERE), but personally, I think I like the ones from Target best (HERE).  
Shop the shoes!
The designer splurges

The Target look dupes for less

It's up to you how much you want to spend on your shoes, but if you're a shoe lover like myself, you might want to keep yourself on some sort of budget.  Hopefully this will help you find those great designer styles for less!

Happy Shopping!!

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  1. Target dupe for the win!!! Always! Thank goodness! <3

  2. Such cute shoes! And what great finds for getting them on the cheap!


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